On Friday night’s edition of Real Time, host Bill Maher urged Hillary Clinton to embrace the dark side and embody the mythical “super villain” Republicans believe her to be.
The voting public, Maher said, “don’t want America’s nicest grandma. They want the wolf that puts a grandma in its teeth. They want a ruthless Mafia boss who will protect their frightened souls, which is why Hillary has to own all the nasty things the haters say and run as the Notorious H.R.C.”
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WATCH: Video captures Trump’s profane rant as he hits golf ball into a pond
Video obtained by TMZ shows President Donald Trump getting angry during his Thanksgiving golf game as he hit a ball into a pond on his golf course in Sterling, Virginia.
The video shows the president taking a few practice swings with his club before finally hitting the ball -- which proceeds to drop right into the water.
"Ah sh*t," Trump can be heard saying. "I hate this f*cking hole!"
"Maybe Trump was off his game because he's still so pissed off about the election," TMZ speculates. "He was tweeting up a storm, again claiming he won the election, saying, 'Just saw the vote tabulations. There is NO WAY Biden got 80,000,000 votes!!! This was a 100% RIGGED ELECTION.'"
Trump’s ‘sore loser’ tiny desk performance mocked by New Yorker writer: ‘This does not project strength’
New Yorker writer Susan Glasser on Friday mocked President Donald Trump for whining about losing the 2020 presidential election while sitting behind a tiny desk.
Appearing on CNN, Glasser said she was amazed that someone as image-conscious as Trump wouldn't realize how weak he appeared on Thanksgiving while ranting about voter from behind a puny desk.
Trump is ‘untethered to reality’ and his Thanksgiving rant proves it: CNN’s Berman
CNN host John Berman on Friday lit into President Donald Trump for going on an unhinged Thanksgiving rant about the 2020 election in which he once again falsely claimed that he won.
Berman in particular zeroed in on Trump's seething anger at Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason, who asked the president on Thursday if he'd concede that he lost the election.